fester definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to come up with pus; suppurate.
    • To form an ulcer.
    • to endure decay; decay.
    • To be or be a growing source of discomfort or poisoning; rankle: bitterness that festered and expanded.
    • to-be subject to or exist in an ailment of decline: permitted the as soon as gorgeous park to fester.
    • To generate pus; suppurate.
    • To form an ulcer.
    • to endure decay; decay.
    • to build pus; to be imflamed and suppurate.
    • become or come to be an ever-increasing source of irritation or poisoning; rankle: bitterness that festered and expanded.
    • to-be inflamed; to grow virulent, or malignant; to develop in intensity; to rankle.
    • to build pus; suppurate.
    • to create an ulcer.
    • is subject to or exist in a disorder of drop: permitted the when breathtaking playground to fester.
    • to create pus; suppurate.
    • To form an ulcer.
    • to endure decay; decay.
    • To undergo decay; rot.
    • is or come to be an increasing source of discomfort or poisoning; rankle: bitterness that festered and expanded.
    • to-be or come to be an escalating way to obtain discomfort or poisoning; rankle: bitterness that festered and grew.
    • becoming susceptible to or exist in an ailment of drop: allowed the when gorgeous playground to fester.
    • to create pus; to become imflamed and suppurate.
    • becoming inflamed; to develop virulent, or malignant; to cultivate in power; to rankle.
    • To generate pus; to become imflamed and suppurate.
    • become inflamed; to grow virulent, or cancerous; to develop in power; to rankle.
    • becoming at the mercy of or occur in an ailment of decrease: permitted the as soon as gorgeous park to fester.
    • To generate pus; in order to become imflamed and suppurate.
    • is inflamed; to develop virulent, or malignant; to develop in intensity; to rankle.
    • to create pus; suppurate.
    • To form an ulcer.
    • to endure decay; decay.
    • to-be or be an ever-increasing way to obtain discomfort or poisoning; rankle: bitterness that festered and grew.
    • become susceptible to or occur in a condition of decline: permitted the as soon as stunning playground to fester.
    • to create pus; suppurate.
    • To form an ulcer.
    • to build pus; in order to become imflamed and suppurate.
    • becoming inflamed; to grow virulent, or cancerous; to develop in strength; to rankle.
    • to endure decay; decay.
    • to-be or become an ever-increasing source of discomfort or poisoning; rankle: bitterness that festered and grew.
    • is susceptible to or exist in a disorder of drop: allowed the once gorgeous playground to fester.
    • to build pus; in order to become imflamed and suppurate.
    • is inflamed; to grow virulent, or cancerous; to grow in intensity; to rankle.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To infect, inflame, or corrupt.
    • resulting in to fester or rankle.
    • To infect, inflame, or corrupt.
    • To infect, inflame, or corrupt.
    • To cause to fester or rankle.
    • To cause to fester or rankle.
    • To infect, inflame, or corrupt.
    • To cause to fester or rankle.
    • To infect, inflame, or corrupt.
    • To cause to fester or rankle.
    • To infect, inflame, or corrupt.
    • To cause to fester or rankle.
  • noun:
    • a little festering sore or ulcer; a pustule.
    • a little aching which becomes irritated and discharges corrupt matter; a pustule.
    • A festering or rankling.
    • a tiny festering aching or ulcer; a pustule.
    • An ulcer; a rankling sore; a tiny purulent tumor; more especially, a superficial suppuration resulting from irritation of the skin, the pus being developed in vesicles of irregular figure and level.
    • The work of festering or rankling.
    • a little aching which becomes irritated and discharges corrupt matter; a pustule.
    • A festering or rankling.
    • identical to festue.
    • An ulcer; a rankling aching; a tiny purulent tumefaction; more especially, a superficial suppuration caused by discomfort of your skin, the pus being developed in vesicles of unusual figure and degree.
    • The act of festering or rankling.
    • a sore that is inflamed and created pus
    • a little festering aching or ulcer; a pustule.
    • A small aching which becomes irritated and discharges corrupt matter; a pustule.
    • A festering or rankling.
    • An ulcer; a rankling aching; a little purulent tumefaction; even more especially, a superficial suppuration resulting from irritation of the skin, the pus being created in vesicles of unusual figure and level.
    • The act of festering or rankling.
    • a tiny festering aching or ulcer; a pustule.
    • identical to festue.
    • a sore that has become inflamed and created pus
    • A small sore which becomes irritated and discharges corrupt matter; a pustule.
    • A festering or rankling.
    • Same as festue.
    • An ulcer; a rankling aching; a small purulent tumefaction; more specifically, a superficial suppuration caused by irritation of your skin, the pus being created in vesicles of irregular figure and extent.
    • a sore that has become irritated and formed pus
    • The work of festering or rankling.
    • identical to festue.
    • a sore that is inflamed and formed pus
    • A small festering sore or ulcer; a pustule.
    • a tiny sore which becomes swollen and discharges corrupt matter; a pustule.
    • A festering or rankling.
    • An ulcer; a rankling aching; a small purulent cyst; more specially, a superficial suppuration caused by irritation of the skin, the pus being created in vesicles of unusual figure and extent.
    • The work of festering or rankling.
    • just like festue.
    • a sore that has become inflamed and created pus
    • A small festering sore or ulcer; a pustule.
    • A small sore which becomes inflamed and discharges corrupt matter; a pustule.
    • A festering or rankling.
    • An ulcer; a rankling sore; a tiny purulent tumefaction; even more particularly, a superficial suppuration caused by irritation of your skin, the pus being created in vesicles of irregular figure and level.
    • The act of festering or rankling.
    • Same as festue.
    • a sore that is inflamed and formed pus
  • verb:
    • In order to become septic; in order to become bad.
    • To worsen, specifically because of decreased attention.
    • To become septic; in order to become bad.
    • To worsen, specially due to lack of attention.
    • ripen and create pus
    • In order to become septic; to become rotten.
    • To worsen, specially considering insufficient attention.
    • In order to become septic; to become bad.
    • To intensify, specifically due to insufficient attention.
    • ripen and create pus
    • ripen and create pus
    • ripen and create pus
    • In order to become septic; to become rotten.
    • To intensify, particularly because of insufficient attention.
    • ripen and create pus
    • In order to become septic; to become bad.
    • To worsen, particularly due to decreased interest.
    • ripen and create pus
  • others:
    • In order to become a fester; generate purulent matter, as a wound; suppurate; ulcerate.
    • to be corrupt; create rottenness; decompose.
    • In order to become more and more virulent; rankle, as a sense of resentment or hatred.
    • resulting in to fester: as, visibility festers a wound.
    • resulting in to rankle, as a sense of resentment.
    • In order to become a fester; create purulent matter, as a wound; suppurate; ulcerate.
    • to be corrupt; create rottenness; decompose.
    • In order to become increasingly more virulent; rankle, as a feeling of resentment or hatred.
    • To become a fester; generate purulent matter, as a wound; suppurate; ulcerate.
    • To cause to fester: since, exposure festers a wound.
    • to be corrupt; generate rottenness; decompose.
    • resulting in to rankle, as a sense of resentment.
    • In order to become progressively virulent; rankle, as a feeling of resentment or hatred.
    • To cause to fester: since, exposure festers a wound.
    • To cause to rankle, as a feeling of resentment.
    • In order to become a fester; generate purulent matter, as a wound; suppurate; ulcerate.
    • to be corrupt; generate rottenness; decay.
    • to be more and more virulent; rankle, as a feeling of resentment or hatred.
    • To cause to fester: because, visibility festers a wound.
    • To cause to rankle, as a feeling of resentment.
    • In order to become a fester; create purulent matter, as a wound; suppurate; ulcerate.
    • In order to become corrupt; generate rottenness; decay.
    • to be more virulent; rankle, as a feeling of resentment or hatred.
    • resulting in to fester: because, visibility festers a wound.
    • To cause to rankle, as a feeling of resentment.
    • To become a fester; create purulent matter, as a wound; suppurate; ulcerate.
    • In order to become corrupt; create rottenness; rot.
    • In order to become increasingly more virulent; rankle, as a feeling of resentment or hatred.
    • To cause to fester: because, exposure festers a wound.
    • To cause to rankle, as a sense of resentment.

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